Mammut Accessory Cord - 50m

Mammut Accessory Cord - 50m
Mammut Accessory Cord - 50m
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Accessory Cord - 50m by Mammut
No climber is fully prepared without some Mammut Accessory Cord. Whether you're gearing up in anticipation of a prusik or just slinging your chocks and nuts, Mammut's cord comes in both four and six millimeter sizes. Low stretch and ease of tying make this stuff the chosen spaghetti of the climbing gods.

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SKU: MAM0471
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